coherent units

coherent units

[kō′hir·ənt ′yü·nəts]
(physics)
A system of units, such as the International System, in which the units of derived quantities are formed as products or quotients of units of the base quantities according to the algebraic relations linking these quantities.
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Any candidate to realize its full potential will require solid-state coherent units with long-range interactions.
These are tunable quantum systems with properties that emerge from the strong interaction between coherent units, with macroscopic states that are determined by collective quantum many-body physics.
The most useful may be the engagement simulations trainer (EST) and the call-for-fire trainer (CFF), as these simulators do not necessarily require coherent units to facilitate training.
Now, scientists using HiRISE images have determined that entire dunes as thick as 200 feet are moving as coherent units across the Martian landscape.
Coverage includes an overview of conversation and conversation analysis; transcribing conversation; how turns at talk are structured and managed by participants; how turns at talk are organized into conversation as sequences; how basic sequences can be expanded to produce larger, coherent units of conversational action; and the repair system available to speakers to deal with problems that arise in talk.
91-241) presents the one hundred fragments of the Chester Beatty papyrus, grouped into twenty-three coherent units.
The two duchies aside, it did not enjoy or seek to establish coherent units as did, for example, the Coke family in north and central Norfolk.
Managed competition proponents argue that their model offers real price competition by organizing providers and consumers into coherent units.
We have been very satisfied with the EC-7000 cancellers and wanted to standardize our cancellation strategy - it is likely that we will implement Coherent units on all of our international routes in the future.
These are tuneable quantum systems with properties that emerge from the strong interaction between coherent units, with macroscopic states that are determined by collective quantum many-body physics.
In addition, our existing installations involving the Coherent units have all been performing very satisfactorily, giving us confidence to take this route once again.
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (NPAC) and the IFCC issued two reports in 1966 (8) and 1967 (9), now giving a proper term to the coherent unit, namely: